Woman Throws Water Bottle at Vehicle, Laptop and TV Missing

The following information was supplied by the Fenton Police Department; an arrest does not necessarily mean a conviction.

A woman threw a bottle of water from her second story apartment, denting the hood of of an ex-boyfriend's vehicle around 10:30 p.m. Sept. 1, police said.

A car was dispatched to the intersection at North and Torrey roads, for a destruction of property complaint on a Fenton man's vehicle, said Fenton Police Chief Rick Aro. The man, 32, had visited his ex-girlfriend in the 1000 block of North Road to drop off some water for their child.

He and the woman, 51, got in an argument and the man argued briefly before getting in his 1999 Ford Explorer, the police report said. The ex-girlfriend threw a bottle of water from her second story apartment, denting the hood of the vehicle, Aro said.

When the police officer spoke with the woman, she had a different story, saying her ex-boyfriend started the situation, police said. Police spoke with independent witnesses, who supplied additional information, Aro said.

Fenton Police Department will contact a prosecutor for a warrant for destruction of property, on the woman, he added.

Laptop and television reported missing

On Monday, around 4:30 p.m., Fenton police dispatched a car to the 300 block of West Street for a report on a breaking and entering, Aro said. The homeowner, 44, told the officer she was on vacation from Aug. 22 to 30, and when she returned home, she noticed her step-daughter's laptop was missing.

The woman assumed the girl, 17, had taken it with her, but on Monday the homeowner noticed a 19-inch Sharp flat screen TV was gone as well, she told police. The flat screen TV also belonged to the stepdaughter, Aro said.

Upon speaking with her stepdaughter on Monday, the woman was told the girl didn't have either the computer or the television and both items were missing. There were no signs of forced entry, he said, and the two items were the only ones missing from the house.

An officer spoke with neighbors living adjacent to the house, and neither had seen anyone or anything suspicious during the homeowner's vacation, Aro said. The total value of the items is $850, and there are no suspects or evidence.

For more information, email Anna Troppens.

uknowimright September 05, 2012 at 08:44 AM
Georgetown Park Apartments has become a literal rat's nest of crooks, drug dealers, vandals, and other lowlifes. When I lived there in 2007, our cars were constantly getting the gas siphoned out of them, to the point that, at $4+++ a gallon, we decided to only fill up AFTER leaving in the morning, or only putting just enough fuel in our cars to coast around town on fumes. Then stuff started going missing out of our LOCKED apartment. And inspite of Fenton Police making half-hour rounds through the lot, the place was still a haven for crime. Makes you wonder if somebody's not paying somebody off. Yeah, great place to live.
uknowimright September 05, 2012 at 08:46 AM
Oh, also, kind of makes you pause when they demand you to have A+ perfect credit just to get in, but yet most of the stuff going on is criminal in activity. Why not run some daggon backround checks, to make sure the other residents are safe from ex-cons, rather than asking for perfect credit?? Makes too much sense, probably.
stephanie pytlowanyj September 05, 2012 at 01:32 PM
Georgetown having a criminal element is old news, sorry to say uknowimright. The problem has existed for years.


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